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WI Dairy Goat Cost of Production Sample Study. Carl Rainey DATCP 608-224-5139 [email protected] www.datcp.state.wi.us. Sample Study. 144 farms registered in WI Deleted farms with < 3 years history Surveyed farmers - summer 2005 Selected 14 farmers from 10 counties

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wi dairy goat cost of production sample study

WI Dairy Goat Cost of ProductionSample Study

Carl Rainey

DATCP

608-224-5139 [email protected]

www.datcp.state.wi.us

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sample study
Sample Study
  • 144 farms registered in WI
  • Deleted farms with < 3 years history
  • Surveyed farmers - summer 2005
  • Selected 14 farmers from 10 counties
  • Financial data for year 2004
  • Report provides sample farm averages
  • Complete data – not always available

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financial results
Financial Results

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sample balance sheet
Sample Balance Sheet

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Shows a hypothetical price range for wholesale milk to obtain levels of profitability based on sample Net Incomes for the 14 farms in 2004. This information does not take into account possible efficiencies at the dairy farms, or other sources of income from the farm.

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possible farm performance
Possible Farm Performance

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best farm performance
Best Farm Performance

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conclusion
Conclusion
  • Average dairy goat farms not able to exist long-term under current conditions
  • Some farmers know how to produce efficiently in some areas
  • Knowledge transfer greatly needed – dairy goat farms would continue to exist without increased pay price
  • Some actions in place to assist this effort – more is needed!

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